New Direction

Now that the Morae River’s show has passed and things have settled down a bit, I’ve been able to take a step back and really look at this project. What I have done so far has been very brief and really has only scratched the surface of everything that belongs to Solturna.

In the entires to come I will be diving deeper by exploring families and environments in greater detail. I’m still working on the presentation format of the blog and I’m hoping to have a “light-box” sort of display for the images so you can view them larger. The project might also take a turn in it’s context so the origin and placement of Solturna might be revealed in the coming year.

I’ll be posting an experiment in two weeks so keep an eye out for that. I am taking a graphic novel approach with the Red Tailed Mardik and will be illustrating a “social dispute” among the group.

In other news, I’m building a links page and will list other artists who are exploring similar projects in Speculative Biology. Don’t forget to check out the Announcements and Upcoming Events page for updates on The Morae River.

Thank you to all of you who have been following and reading along, I really appreciate the support!

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8 Responses to New Direction

  1. mordicai says:

    You have worldbuiling chops to envy. Good for you! Go all hog wild. I’m happily on board for the ride.

  2. Kelsey says:

    I love this project so far and I can’t wait to see where it goes next!

  3. Patrick says:

    Sounds like a great plan! I look forward to seeing and experiencing the new presentation of the the Morae River!

  4. Ryan says:

    I’m really excited to see your sequential work. Did you ever see any of Ricardo Delgado’s Age of Reptiles work? Seems right up your alley.

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